When you first begin using registry cleaners. You do not have to be an expert, but it would help if you had some knowledge on how to use it. It will take some time to get used to using it. It is definitely not anything to worry about. A lot of people claim that you might want to get outside help to understand this. However this is not always the case. If you just take time to read the instructions. There may even be a couple of times where you have to read some of the instructions twice. I do not know about you, but I do not mind having to read some instructions more than once to understand them. Compared to having to pay someone else to do this. Even if that is the case, the person you paid to correct your problem, big or small is not going to show you how to fix the problem the next time it occurs. So your best bet is to just take the time and learn how to use it. It really is not that complicated. It is more or less just a lot of instructions. Thereafter the person you hired knows that by not telling you how to fix your problem you have no other choice but to keep coming back to him for years and years to come. Trust me this is not what you want.
Here are a couple of things to look for when deciding on what registry to use. First off you want a registry that does a full computer scan and can take care of restore points and computer backups. The registry cleaner should also be able to find and locate all the viruses, error screens and installation updates. The registry should check for usable entries before deleting them. The repair tools should be able to fix errors and pick out invalid keys from the system updates. The registry cleaner should have a good amount of fix tools. The tools fix invalid settings and application paths. Start menu items are also taken care of. If you do a system restore you it should run smoothly. The registry also manages the memory making your computer run faster without causing any other problems. The registry cleaner should also have a good activeX utility that filters out malicious attacks.